This work explores the effects of walking in the Lincolnshire Fenland; a landscape not associated with recreational walking. It describes the walk from Whaplode to Whaplode Drove. It is approximately 6 miles; I retraced the steps of herdsmen who would take their animals to pasture. This work is concerned with an experiential exploration of walking within the landscape, and the effects of space on the thought processes.
This is an excerpt from my video, which was presented at Theoretical Currents II: Architecture and its Geographical Horizons, an International Conference held at the University of Lincoln, UK on 4 – 5 April 2012
Organised by the East Midlands History and Philosophy Research Network.